pre calculus

Find a cubic function with the given zeros.

-2, 5, -6

help me please

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  1. x1 = - 2

    x2 = 5

    x3 = - 6

    y = ( x - x1 ) ( x - x2 ) (x - x3 )

    y = [ x - ( - 2 ) ] ( x - 5 ) [ x - ( - 6 ) ]

    y = ( x + 2 ) ( x - 5 ) ( x + 6 )

    y = x ^ 3 + 3 x ^ 2 - 28 x - 60

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